“Instead of your shame you will receive a double portion, and instead of disgrace you will rejoice in your inheritance. And so you will inherit a double portion in your land, and everlasting joy will be yours.” Isaiah 61:7 via Double Blessing — Faithrises Advertisements
There are two ways to be happy: change the situation, or change your mindset towards it. Today’s society is obsessed with happiness. We want instant gratification, success, fame, soulmates that never die… We grow complacent with people and ideas. We grow cold and bitter because we want what we want and we want it now, […]… Continue reading Change your mindset!
Originally posted on Reimagine Therapy:
Our health is a reflection of how we talk to ourselves. It took me decades to reach this conclusion. I’m not talking about all diseases but about the mind-body stress relationship that causes an array of different symptoms even when we are “oficially” not sick via testing or a doctor’s…
And while I can see how my past has allowed the pieces of the puzzle to fit together in such a way that I could only but have responded to life the way that I did, I often wonder if there could not have been a better way. You see, my whole life has been… Continue reading Gratitude Mondays!
Wednesdays are Love Letters to my Husband days… To my love, Remember when we did our Kontiki tour to Europe, and we were visiting Switzerland and we had just visited that bridge that had been built-in the 13th century, but had recently burnt down (or part if it, anyway), because some silly individual threw their… Continue reading Feeling Safe!
Originally posted on onefootforwardblog:
Visualization… “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For while knowledge defines all we currently know and understand, imagination points to all we might yet discover and create. Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions. ” – Albert Einstein (emphasis mine) As the old saying goes, “Seeing is believing”.…
Originally posted on Mustard Seed Budget:
Too often, I “resurrect” my problem. I mull them, overthink them. I need to learn to stop, to “take captive every thought to the obedience of Christ.” A much more productive thinking mode would be “resurrect” your potential. Expel the negative thinking from the mind and fill it full…